Marlborough’s Holy Trinity Anglican Church plans Thanksgiving Dinner 


Front of church building. Green bush and red tree near sign in foreground.
The Holy Trinity Anglican Church is planning a turkey dinner for those in need of a hot meal and warm fellowship later this month. (Photo/Jesse Kucewicz)

MARLBOROUGH – The Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Marlborough will be inviting those in need of a hot meal and warm fellowship on Thanksgiving to enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings later this month.

“We will be serving a home-cooked sit-down family-style traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner at June’s Table, because no one should go without a Thanksgiving Day dinner,” Father Michael McKinnon recently announced. 

June’s Table is the church Outreach Center, located at 472 Lincoln Street.

This announcement marks a return to normalcy as the church revives what had been a Thanksgiving tradition prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The church has reached out to Greater Grace Christian Fellowship, the Advanced Math and Science Charter School and the Marlborough Rotary Club for help preparing the dinner. Each group will contribute specific items to the menu. 

Table Talk Pies in Worcester has also donated individual pies for guests. 

The church plans to provide the sixty hot meals at 1:00 pm on Thursday, Nov. 25, Thanksgiving Day. 

Local residents should call Father McKinnon at 508-330-2179 or email him at [email protected] to reserve their seat. 

Father McKinnon thanks all the above-mentioned groups as well as individuals planning to help serve and clean up.


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